Mid-Afternoon-Slump

Hanne Lippard at Coast Contemporary (offsite)

Project

Mid-Afternoon-Slump

We are

Back in a second

Back in a second second

Back in a minute

Back in a minute minute

Back any day

any time

any moment

any movement

Back when you least expect it

Back when you were young

Back when you were innocent

Back when you were you

Back below your neck

Back below your back

Back below your butt

Back out where the sun doesn’t shine,

Back out where the grass no longer grows,

Back out where the animals are lifeless, plastic, reproductions of real animals

Back out where people take a s***

Back where

Back down

Back on

Back in

Business,

as usual-

Kunsthall Stavanger will participate in Coast Contemporary with a special project by Hanne Lippard. 

Hanne Lippard, born in 1984 in Milton Keynes, GB, lives and works in Berlin. Lippard’s practice explores the voice as a medium. Her education in graphic design informs how language can be visually powerful; her texts are visual, rhythmic, and performative rather than purely informative, and her work is conveyed through a variety of disciplines, which include short films, sound pieces, installations and performance. Her most recent performances and exhibitions include Pocket, SALTS, Basel, CH (2017); Flesh, KW, Berlin, DE (2017) ars viva 2016; Index— The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, SE (2016); AUTOOFICE, *KURATOR, Rapperswil, CH (2016); Fluidity, Kunstverein, Hamburg, DE (2016); Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, DE (2016); 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2015); The Future of Memory, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna (2015); Transmediale, Berlin (2015); Bielefelder Kunstverein, Bielefeld, DE (2015); Unge Kunstneres Samfund, Oslo (2014); Berliner Festspiele, Berlin (2013); Poesía en Voz, Mexiko-City (2012). hannelippard.com

Coast Contemporary is a platform and place of encounter that assembles artists and art professionals. It is a journey off the coast of Norway onboard the ship Hurtigruten. More information can be found on the Coast Contemporary website.

September 21, 2017 —

September 22, 2017

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